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An Unidentified Intention Of Crashing Apps On Latest Facebook 170.0

The users can now identify the version by tapping "more" in the updates tab of the App Store.

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Version 170.0 was the buggy release, and the company has already submitted a fix (170.1) to Apple, The Verge reported on Friday.
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Facebook’s latest update for its Messenger app can fix the app that was crashing constantly among many iOS users, the media reported.

Version 170.0 was the buggy release, and the company has already submitted a fix (170.1) to Apple, The Verge reported on Friday.

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Facebook was crashing constantly among many iOS users, Pixabay

According to The Verge, many people noticed that the app was crashing frequently after updating the previous update (170.0). The users found Messenger opens well initially. But when they switch to another app and come back to the messenger, it fades to black and crashes to the iPhone home screen.

Also Read: Facebook Admits “Bug” Exposed Private Posts Of 14 Million Users

According to a spokesperson, Facebook was aware of the issue and working on a new update.

Facebook has now confirmed that the new update should solve the issue, CNET reported. (IANS)

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iOS 9 Users Won’t Be Able to Access Twitter From Their Systems Anymore

It's not unprecedented for social apps to make this choice -- LinkedIn and Snapchat also only support iOS 10 or higher.

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Apple responds to movies disappearing from iTunes library. Flickr Commons

Micro-blogging site Twitter is ending support for all iPhone and iPad users who are running iOS 9 or older versions of the operating system.

According to a message in the app’s update text in its latest App Store released this week, only those users running iOS 10 or higher will continue to have a supported mobile client. The company’s message notes that this decision will allow it to streamline its app development for all clients, TechCrunch reported late on Thursday.

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Only those users running iOS 10 or higher will continue to have a supported mobile client.

Twitter has until now supported devices like the iPhone 4, 5, 6 and their variants.

The company is now officially dropping them from their supported device line-up, meaning the device users will no longer receive feature updates or bug fixes for the Twitter app.

Also Read: Apple Deletes Security App of Facebook from App Store

“It’s not unprecedented for social apps to make this choice — LinkedIn and Snapchat also only support iOS 10 or higher. Facebook, meanwhile, caters to anyone on iOS 9 or above,” the report added. (IANS)

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